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t Ae energy after a long day to cud miles. 
Mr. Powel/ /s one of fAe few wAo ;s able 
<y»W willing to do so, even after being sideswiped by 
a taf during a face. ~Vhoucfr\ many of us dave heard 
the- story numerous times, it is a story that sums 
up exactly who Mr. Powell is and what he is all 
about. Whether he is teaching sophomores in his 
honor algebra/trig, class, doing his function aero- 
bic dance, preparing the cross-country for its next 
meet, or speaking at a student council meeting, 
Mr. "Powell s energy and support radiate and in- 
spire others. 

Since 196°, the time he has invested in 
Randolph t-ligh School goes far beyond that which is 



required of regular school teachers, t-lis influence 
is evident in the faces of students and on the walls 
in each hallway. We hope that somehow, Mr. Powelfs 
enthusiasm and stamina will continue to brighten 
and inspire Randolph t-ligh School students and 
Randolph t-ligh to be the best they can be. 

Mr. Powell, whether it had been through 
track, Math, or Student C-ouncil, you have touched 
the lives of nearly all the graduating class of 2003. 
You are a great teacher, coach, and advisor but a 
great man. Your legacy here will be a positive one 
and will be kept alive by all of those whom you have 
touched well miss you. 






• Seniors 1003- 



• Falisha Abdool • 

"Falish" 
Activities: 

Environmental Club. 10 
Randolph Asian Club, 9. 10 
SADD. 10. 1 1 
SAARV. 10, 11. 12 
Theatre Guild. 9, 10. 11.12 
Yearbook Staff. 12 

Sales and Advertising 
Business Club. 12 

Quote: 

"The best way to predict the future is to invent 
it." — Anon. 




Alyse Ahern 



Activities: 

Cheerleading, 9. 10, 11 
Powder Puff, 11, 12 
Randy Award, 1 1 

Quote: 

"I knew looking back on tears would make me 
laugh. I never knew looking back on my laughs 
would bring tears." — Anon. 

Wish you were here E.K. Shout-outz- to all my 
girls, you know who you are. 143! 



Jonathan Andrade 



Ajeh Agbese 





Activities: 

Soccer, 9 

African- American Club, 11, 12 

Environmental Club. 1 1 

French Club, 1 1 

Basketball. 12 

Powder Puff, 11,12 

Peer Leadership, 12 

Best Buddies, 12 

Quote: 

"Share all your plans with the Lord and you will 
definitely succeed." — Anon. 



• Heather Alman • 

Activities: 

Student Council, 9. 10, 11, 12 

Treasurer. 1 1 

Corresponding Secretary, 12 
Varsity Swimming and Diving, 9, 10, 11, 12 

Captain, 12 
National Honor Society, 10, 11, 12 
Best Buddies, 11, 12, 

Publicity Coordinator. 11. 12 
Peer Leadership, 12 
Yearbook Staff, 12 

Quote: 

"Celebrate we will, because life is short but 
sweet for certain" — Dave Mathews Band 



• Barthelemy Antoine • 

Activities: 

Basketball, 9. 10. 12 
Soccer. 11, 12 

Quote: 

"I am a freshman, but I a not a man. 

You are a sophomore, so you know a bit more. 

He is a junior, won't need a tutor. 

Now we are seniors- practically genius. 

All bound for college to gain more 

knowledge. 







Timon Au 




Giai Au-Duong 







• Seniors 1003- 



Jasmine Azemar 




• Anthony Bacon 



Didar Baizhanov 



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Activities: 

Blue & White Banner. 12 
Drama Club, 9, 10 
Yearbook Staff. 12 

Photography 
Randolph Asian Club. 12 
Amnesty International. 12 

Quote: 

Seniors 2003, it was our year! The best year and 
no matter what I will never forget you. 

"Find your limits and exceed them. Speak out 
and act. make things happen." — Anon. 

• Lindsey Baranick • 

Activities: 

Softball, 9, 10, 11, 12 

SS. Catcher. 2002 MVP 
Basketball, 9 

Coach's Award 
Amnesty International. 11, 12 

Treasurer 
Business Club, 11. 12 

Publicity 
Concert Band, 9, 10, 11. 12 

Flute. Tenor Sax 
Photography Club. 11. 12 
Powder Puff. 11, 12 






• Ria Banerjee • 

Activities: 

Tennis. 10. 1 1 

Randolph Asian Club. 10. 1 1 

Special Needs Aide, 12 

Quote: 

"Always think studies are the majority and other 
things in your life are the minority." — Anon. 




• Oliver Bartholdson • 

•Ollie" 

Activities: 

Track. 9 
Volleyball. 9 
Pep Band. 9. 12 
Student Council. 12 
Jazz Band. 9. 11. 12 
A Capella Choir, 12 
Concert Band, 9, 10, 11, 12 

Quote: 

"For to me, to live is Christ and to die is gain.' 
— Philip. 1:21 




• Scott Bascom • 

"JR" 

Activities: 

Basketball. 10. 11. 12 

Captain. 12 
African- American Club. 12 

Quote: 

"Live your life to the best of your ability.' 
— Anon. 




• Monique Bassila • 

Quote: 

"I always knew looking back on the tears would 
make me laugh, but I never knew looking back 
on the laughs would make me cry. To the world 
you're just one person, but to one person you 
could mean the world." — Anon. 




• Seniors 1003- 



Daniel Bodkin 




• Robert Bourne • 

"Bob" 

Quote: 

"The love you make is equal 

to the love you make in the end." — Anon. 




• Lindsay Brodil • 

Activities: 

Varsity Soccer. 9. 10. 11, 12 
Varsity Cheerleading. 9, 10 
Track. 9 

Powder Puff. 11. 12 
Class Treasurer. 9. 10 

Quote: 

Thank you Mom and Dad. I luv you! Lisa and 

Heather - BFF I luv u! 

Summa of 2002 was ILL! 143 M.S! 

Holla at tha A-Trix' RIP Emanuel Kalu! 




Ciera Burnett 




Christian Bynoe 




• Gonzalo Cabello • 

"Gonzo" "Zo" 

Activities: 

Soccer. 10. 11. 12 

JV. 9 

Captain, 12 
Student Council. 9. 10. 11. 12 
Peer Leadership. 12 

Quote: 

"Some people come into our lives and quickly 
go. Some stay for awhile and leave footprints on 
our hearts. And we are never, ever the same." 
— Anon. 




• Spencer Caddigan • 

"Spence" "Spanky" "John" 
Activities: 

Concert Band. 9. 10, 11. 12 
Jazz Band, 10, 11, 12 
Pep Band, 9. 10. 11. 12 
SAARV. 10. 11. 12 
GSA. 12 

Amnesty International. 12 
SADD, 12 
RHTV. 11. 12 

Quote: 

"Sometimes I think the surest sign that 
intelligent life exists elsewhere in the universe is 
that none of it has tried to contact us" 
— Calvin & Hobbes 




Joel Cadet 




-Seniors 1003 



Justin Carson 




• Menderca Cayemite • 

"Mendy" "Mendoudou" "T-MAC" 

Activities: 

Basketball. 9,10. 11.12 
African-American Club, 9. 10. 11. 12 
SADD, 12 
Powder Puff, 12 
Spring Track, 9 

Quote: 

"I can do all things through Chist who gives me 
strength." — Philip. 4:13 




• Melissa Centeio • 

Activities: 

African-American Club, 9, 10, 11, 12 
Concert Choir, 9 
Student Council. 1 1 
Powder Puff, 11, 12 

Quote: 

"You don't know what you have got until it's 
gone!" — Anon. 




• David Chapman • 

Activities: 

Winter Track. 9, 11. 12 
Spring Track, 9 

Quote: 

"The one whose judgment counts most in your 
life is the one staring back in the glass" 
— Anon. 




• Christina Chen • 

"Short Stuff 
Activities: 

Amnesty International President, 11, 12 
Girls Tennis, 10, 11, 12 

Captain, 12 
Business Club Treasurer, 1 1 
Randolph Asian Club, 9, 10, 1 1, 12 
Blue & White Banner. 9, 10. 1 1 
SAARV, 9, 10, 11 
Yearbook Staff, 12 

Business Manager 
Quote: 

"Through the seasons and the years, I'm never 
gonna walk away, I'll be there when you call my 
name, you can depend on me, I believe until 
forever ends, I will be your friend." — Anon. 




• Mei Chen • 

Activities: 

Randolph Asian Club. 11.12 

SADD, 11. 12 

Blue & White Banner, 1 1 

Quote: 

"A friend drops their plans when you're in 
trouble, shares joy in your accomplishments, 
feels sad when you're in pain. A friend 
encourages your dream and offers advice- but 
when you don't follow it. they still respect and 
love you." — Anon. 

Thank you to all my friends who made the four 
years of high school an unforgettable 
experience. I love you guys! 




• Vernon Cheung • 

"Pink V" "verms" 
Activities: 

SAARV, 9, 10, II, 12 
September 11 Memorial Committee, 11, 12 
Randolph Asian Club, 10, 11, 12 
Yearbook Staff. 12 
Layout Editor 
Investigative Bible Discussion. 12 

Quote: 

'To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die." 
— Thomas Campbell 

"Though no one can go back and make a brand 
new start, anyone can start from now and make a 
brand new ending." — Carl Bard 




• Susan Chin • 

"Suan" 

Activities: 

Randolph Asian Club, 9. 10, 11. 12 

Club Officer. 1 1 
Tennis. 10 
Math Team. 11.12 
SAARV. 9, 10. 11 

Quote: 

"To achieve great things we must live as though 
we were never going to die." 
— Marquis de Vauvenargues 

Best Wishes to all! 




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•Seniors 1003- 



• Aaron Christian • 

"AC" "Ace" "Georgie" 
Activities: 

Basketball, 9, 10. 11. 12 

Football, 10, 11, 12 

Track, 10, 12 

Best Buddies, 11, 12 

Peer Leadership, 10, 11, 12 

African-American Club. 10, 11, 12 

Yearbook. 12 

Quote: "Love is patient, love is kind. It does not 

envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not 

rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily 

angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love 

does not delight in evil but rejoices with the 

truth. It always protects, always trusts, always 

hopes, always perseveres." — 1 Cor. 13:4-7 




• Lawrenson Christmas • 

"Colin" "L-train" "Champion" 

Activities: 

Theater Guild, 9, 10, 11, 12 

Wrestling, 10 

SAARV. 11, 12 

African American Club, 11, 12 

Randolph Asian Club. 11.12 

State Student Advisor Council. 12 

Student Council, 12 

^ Quote: 

"Show me your friends and I'll tell you who you 
are" — Anon. 




• Helen Chu • 

Activities: 

National Junior Honor Society, 9 

BWB, 9. 10. 11. 12 

SAARV. 9. 10 

Homeroom Rep. 11, 12 

Business Club 

President 11, 12 
Yearbook Staff, 12 

Quote: 

"Honesty and hard work will get you a long 
way. Success is there but you have to find the 
path. Friends are there to support you right 
through." — Anon. 

I am thankful for those who helped me like you 
do. To all my friends and family. I love you with 
all my heart, and that is true! 

• Allison Colls • 

Activities: 

Baketball. 9. 10, 12 
Concert Choir, 9 
Spanish Club, 9 
Softball, 12 
Yearbook, 12 

Quote: 

"Two parts of life; the past a dream, the future a 
reality. Happiness is for those who do not 
expect it at every moment, who receive it as a 
gift and know how to live without it at times." 
— Anon. 



• Mary D 'Andrea • 

"Marez" 
Activities: 

Student Council, 10. 11 
Homeroom Rep, 12 
Spanish Club, 1 1 

Publicity Coordinator 
SAARV, 10, 11. 12 
National Honor Society, 11, 12 
Powder Puff, 11, 12 
Scholarship Night, 9. 10, 11 

Assistant, 9, 10 

Coordinator, 1 1 
Quote: 

Good luck to all of my friends! I will miss you 
all! 







• Megan Coffman • 

Activities: 

Student Council, 9. 10. 11. 12 

Vice President. 9 

Recording Secretary, 1 1 
Swim Team, 9, 10, 11. 12 

Captain, 12 
Basketball Cheerleading, 11, 12 
Basketball, 9, 10 
Softball. 10 

Concert Band. 9. 10. 11, 12 
Powder Puff, 11, 12 

Quote: 

"The greatest pleasure in life is doing what 
people say you can not do." — Anon. 



Aaron Cornish 





• Geslyn Dasse • 

"Ice Princess" "Gesse" "G" "B.B.B. 



Activities: 

French Club. 11, 12 

Vice President, 1 1 
SAARV, 11, 12 




• Seniors 1003- 



Sara DeOme 



Activities: 

Theater Guild. II, 12 
Show Choir. 10. 11 
Chorus. 9. 10. 11. 12 
SAARV. 9 
B&W Banner. 9 

Quote: 

"Never fear the space between your dreams and 
reality"- Belva Davis 
| Shout out to all my friends. I hope you had an 
awesome senior year! Never forget the pink 
shirts! 




• Danielle DeOssie • 

Activities: 

Softball. 9. 10. 11. 12 
Cross-Country Track. 9. 10. 11. 12 
Best Buddies. 11. 12 

Treasurer. 1 1 
September 1 1 Memorial Committee. 11.12 
Student Council. 10 
Yearbook Staff. 1 2 

Sales Manager 
Basketball. 9. 10 

Quote: 

"Don't worry about the world ending today 
because its already tomorrow in Australia" 
— Charles Schultz 

"Thank you for being a friend'" — Golden Girls 




• Jordon Desire • 

Activities: 
Football. 10. 11. 12 

Quote: 

"My pride is high, and I walk heavy cause them 
things hang. Keep your enemies close and your 
friends closer. You never know Watch 
everyone, everyone is a snake. It's funny what 
you could achieve for the love of money. But 
money should never make you." — Anon. 
Shout outs: Fam. GMC. D-Lion. Jizz-Rizz. A- 
Squad. E-Murder. Clown Prince and Dee-Dee. 
Pac RIP 




• Carlos Dib • 

Lucho" 

Activities: 

Soccer. 12 

Quote: 

"Your greatest v ictory is your own effort" 

— Anon. 



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• Chris Dibenedetto • 

"Dibz" 
Activities: 
Baseball. 9. 1 1 
Homeroom Rep. 11.12 
Cross-Country Track. 9 
Pep Band. 11. 12 
Senior Districts. 11.12 
SEMSBA. 11. 12 
Mock Trial. 12 
Concert Band. 9. 10. 11. 12 

Vice President. 12 
Jazz Band. 12 
Quote: 

I was frozen in lime, but I feel like my time is 
just beginning" 

Vincent Valentine. Final Fantasy 7 



• Robert Dixon • 

"Black Rob" 'Rusty'' "Maves" 
"Smokey" "Lion" "Tizzer" 
Activities: 
Football. 9. 10, 12 

Captain 9 
African- American Club. 9. 11. 12 
Basketball. 9 
Track. 9. 10 

Quote: 

Good luck to all and have a prosperous life. I 

respect you all and hope you become successful. 

To all the girls and guys I hang out w ith. be safe 

and stay up. 

Basketball # 1 1 

Football # 56 




Cassandra Dimanche 





• David Dobrev • 

"Big Dave" 
Activities: 

Theatre Guild. 11. 12 
Shakespeare Club. 12 
A Cappella. 12 
WPMD. 11. 12 

Quote: 

"The future is not determined by a mere throw 
of a dice, it is determined by the conscious 
efforts of people like you and me." — Own 
"There's no need for any of you to be worried. I 
have the situation out of control!" 
— Mr. O'Connell 




11 



• Seniors 1003- 



• Samantha Dolgin • 

Activities: 

Soccer. 9. 10. 11. 12 

Basketball. 9. 10, 11. 12 

Track. 10 

Softball. 11. 12 

Peer Leadership. 11.12 

Student Council. 11, 12 

Powder Puff. 11. 12 

SADD, 11, 12 

Quote: 

"Be the change you wish to see in the world.' 
— Gandhi 



• Joel Edwards • 

Activities: 

Football, 9 

Concert Band. 9. 10. 11. 12 

A Capella Choir. 12 

Show Choir. 1 1 

Tennis, 9. 10. 11. 12 

Psi Alpha Psi. 11. 12 

Marching Band. 9, 10, 11. 12 

Drama Club. 12 

African-American Club, 9. 10. 11, 12 

Winter Track, 12 





• Cindy Edwards • 

Activities: 

African-American Club, 9, 10. 11. 12 
Homeroom Rep. 11.12 
Soccer, 12 

Amnesty International. 12 
Psi Alpha Psi, 9, 10 
Best Buddies, 12 
Secretary 

Quote: 

"Tomorrow is guaranteed to no one. so live 
everyday to the fullest." — Anon. 



• Lisa Erickson • 

Activities: 

Winter Track. 9, 10, 11, 12 

Cross-Country Track. 12 

Softball, 9, 10 

Amnesty International. 11, 12 

Spanish Club. 11. 12 

Treasurer 
SAARV, 9. 10. 11, 12 
Powder Puff. 11. 12 
Blue & White Banner. 9 
Quote: 

"One thing you can't recycle is wasted time." 
— Anon. 
"He who laughs last thinks slowest!" — Anon. 




• Kasey Erokhin • 

Quote: 

I would like to thank the people that 
supported and loved me unconditionally. 
Mom. Scl. and grandma, you mean the 
absolute world to me. I'd also like to give 
special thanks to Robin Hennessy and Julie 
Michilids for being thebest role models 
anyone could ask for. I've learned that 
"what is meant to be will be. after winter 
must come spring, change it comes 
eventually" — Anon. 

Last I'd like to thank all the people close to 
my heart- you know who you are. 




• Reiki Estwick • 

Activities: 

Peer Leadership. 12 

Quote: 

"Everybody can be great... because anybody can 
serve. You don't have to have a college degree 
to serve, you don't have to make your own 
subject and verb agree to serve, you only need a 
heart full of grace: a soul generated by lo\e ."' 
— Martin L. King 




• Rachelle Exantus • 

Activities: 

French Club, 11. 12 

Tennis. 12 

Quote: 

"Just believe in yourself, don't let people put 
you down for what you are and also don't 
think that you can't do anything. And also 
pray to God to help you in anything because 
he's the key of everything." — Anon. 




• Gary Feldman • 

"G-ray" "Garence" 

Activities: 

Pep Band. 10, 11. 12 
Golf. 11. 12 

Theatre Guild, 9. 10, 11. 12 
Concert Band. 9. 10. 11. 12 
Jazz Band, 9 

Quote: 

"The brain still fails to understand itself." 
— Nobel Prize Winner 

"Let me 'splain. No. there's too much. Let me 
sum up" — Anon. 




12 



• Seniors 1003- 



• Jannifer Fernandes • 

Activities: 

Basketball, 10. 11, 12 

Soccer, 10, 11, 12 

Track, 9 

Softball, 9 

African-American Club, 9, 10, 12 

Powder Puff, 11, 12 

Quote: 

"I graciously soar over all of those who oppose 
my mission, therefore in life I will always 
remain two steps ahead, not behind." — Anon. 




• Vanessa Fisher 

Activities: 

Cross-Country Track, 10, 11 
Winter Track, 9. 10, 11, 12 

Captain, 11, 12 
Spring Track, 10, 12 

Captain, 12 
African American Club, 9, 10, 11, 12 
Psi Alpha Psi, 11, 12 
SAARV, 9, 10, 12 
Peer Leadership, 12 




• Glenn Fredette • 

"Grizzley" 
Activities: 

Hockey, 9, 10, 11, 12 
Captain, 11, 12 

Quote: 

Be easy. Congratulations to everyone in my 
class. We did it. Big ups to the henchmen the 
imperial soliders Genetic grizzley style. RIP to 
my brother Danny. One love soul for the team, 
my partners in crime Kayslay Crisnis, and 
Beking. My boys at NSC the Crazy Irishmen. 
Keep willen out. The grime squad. Settin shop in 
shop class. We was doin it and I loved every 
minute of it to. My friends, I love ya. I wouldn't 
be the same without y'all. Stay up. Im out! 




Louis Gardy 




• Dihan Fields-Coard • 

Activities: 

Track, 9 

Basketball, 10 

African American Club, 10, 11, 12 

Powder Puff, 11, 12 

Chorus, 9 

Peer Mediation. 12 

Homeroom Rep, 12 

Quote: 

Live life to the fullest, never take anything for 
granted. 




Estelle Francois 



Activities: 

Track, 9, 11, 12 

SAARV, 11. 12 

African American Club, 9, 10, 11, 12 

Theater, 10, 11, 12 

Concert Choir, 10, 11, 12 

French Club, 11, 12 

B&W Banner, 11, 12 

RHTV, 12 

Peer Education, 12 

Peer Leaders, 12 

Quote: 

Be civil to all, social to many, familiar with few, 
friend to one. enemy to none.- Benjamin Franklin 



• Jonathan Galina • 

"Jon" 

Activities: 

Concert Band, 9 
Jazz Band, 9 ■ 
RHTV, 9 
Blue & White Banner, 9 

Advertising Staff 
Ice Hockey, 10 
Soccer, 10 

Quote: 

"The reward of a thing well done is to have it done" 
— Emerson 





Jessica Gellis 



Activities: 

Softball. 9, 10. 11, 12 

Varsity, 11, 12 
Spanish Club, 10, 11 

Quote: 

"You meet people who forget you. You forget 
people you meet. But sometimes you meet those 
people you can't forget. Those are your real 
friends." — Anon. 




13 



• Seniors 1003- 



Norlene Germain 




Natay Gibbons 



Nicholas Gigliello 




• Rebecca Glaskin 

Activities: 

Softball. 9, 10, 11. 12 

Varsity. 10, 11, 12 

2000 MVP 

2002 Golden Glove Award 
Basketball, 9 

Student Council. 9, 10. 11. 12 
National Honor Society. 10. 11. 12 
SADD. 10, 11 
SAARV. 11. 12 
Powder Puff. 11. 12 
Al King Book Award. 1 1 

Quote: 

"Good things come in small packages." 
— Anon. 




• Krista Glassman • 

Activities: 

Varsity Cheerleading. 1 1 
Powder Puff 11, 12 

Quote: 

Thank you mom, for everything, I wouldn't have 
done it without you. I love you! To all my Atrix, 
we finally made it. Who knows where we'll go 
from here. I wish you all the best of luck, never 
forget the ill times. I love ya all. To the rest of 
you, it's been real, good luck in the future, I'll 
miss you all. 




Ashley Gomes 



Activities: 

Varsity Basketball, 10. 11, 12 
Varsity Soccer. 9. 10. 12 
Concert Band. 9, 10. 11. 12 

Quote: 

"Dare to dream-dare to try-dare to fail-dare to 
succeed." — G. Kinsley Ward 




Irvin Gomes 




Narin Goodridge 



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14 



• Seniors 1003- 



• Jennifer Gordon 

"Jenn" "J-wo" 

Activities: 

Football Cheerleading. 9. 10. 11. 12 
Basketball Cheerleading. 9. 10. 11. 12 
Concert Choir. 9, 10. 11. 12 
Powder Puff, 11. 12 
Homeroom Rep. 12 



Quote: 

"It's not enough to be good if you have the 
ability to be better" — Alberta Lee Fox 
"One thing you can't recycle is wasted time" 
— Anon. 




• Joseph Gordon • 

"Gordo" "Joetown" "J-swiss" 
"Tae Kwon Joe" 

Activities: 

Football. 9, 10, 11, 12 

Quote: 

"When your dream dies, so do you... never let it 
die." — TFG 

Good Luck 2003 




• Jenna Greene • 

Vctivities: 

Student Council, 9. 10. 11, 12. 

Vice President, 1 1 

President, 12 
Track, 9. 
Jasketball. 9 
ioftball. 9. 10, 11, 12 
Swimming, 9. 10. 11. 12. 

Co-Captain. 12 

3uote: 

We laughed until we had to cry we loved right 
lown to our last goodbye, it's all been said and 
t's been done, it's been real and it's been fun." 
Anon. 




• Krystle Greene • 

Activities: 

Gymnastics. 11.12 
Spanish Club, 11,12 
Homeroom Rep, 11.12 
Football Cheerleading. 9. 10. 1 1 
Basketball Cheerleading. 9. 10 
Powder Puff. 11.12 

Quote: 

"Never fear the space between your dreams and 
reality." — Belva Davis 







Ann-Mary Grell 



activities: 

wimming, 12 
renchClub. 11. 12 

)uote: 

Aspire to Achieve." — Anon. 




Sandra Guiteau 




• Kiana Groomes • 

"Kiwi" 
Activities: 

Spring Track. 9. 10.12 
Cheerleading, 10, 11. 12 
Gymnastics, 11, 12 
Powder Puff. 11. 12 
Concert Choir, 9. 10, 11, 12 
SADD. 10. 11. 12 
SAARV. 9. 12 
African-American Club. 9. 10, 12 

Publicity. 12 
Spanish Club, 12 
Quote: 

"To look back over the years brings a smile, it's 
like here today gone tommorrow" — Own 



•Jillian Hall • 

"Jill" 
Activities: 

Concert Band, 9. 10. 11. 12 
Concert Choir, 9 
Cheerleading, 10, 11. 12 
SADD, 9. 10. 12 
Powder Puff, 11. 12 
Student Council. 9, 10. 1 1 
Spring Track, 9, 10, 12 

Quote: 

"Don't ask for a light load, but rather ask for a 
strong back." — Anon. 
"What we see is mainly what we look for." 
— John Lubbock 





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•Seniors 1003- 



• Gabrielle Hartgrove • 

"Gee-Gee" 

Activities: 

Concert Choir. 1 2 

Blue & White Banner, 10 

Quote: 

"You can do anything if you put your mind to 

it." — Mom & Dad 

"1 can do all things through Christ who 

strengthens me." — Philip. 4:13 

Thanks for all your help and guidance — Mom , 

Dad and all my family — Trooper Too 




Roger Ho 

"Jedi Roger" 



Activities: 

Spring Track, 9 
Tennis, 10 

Quote: 

"Wan dakyo imo suyo sousuke" 



Anon. 




Lindsay Holt • 



Activities: 

Football Cheerleading, 9, 10, 11, 12 

JV, 9 

Varsity. 10, 11, 12 
Basketball Cheerleading, 9, 10, 12 

Varsity, 10, 12 
SADD, 11. 12 
Spanish Club, 1 1 
Homeroom Rep, 12 
Powder Puff, 11, 12 
Quote: 

"I don"t remember how we happened to meet 
each other. I don't remember who got along with 
whom first. All I can remember is all of us 
together... always." — Anon. 




• Elizabeth Hawkins 

"Lizz" 

Activities: 

Theatre Guild, 9. 10, 11, 12 
GSA. 12 

Shakespeare Club, 12 
ACapella, 11, 12 
Track, 10 



Quote: 

"It happens" 



Own 




• Jonathan Hogu • 

"Hogie" 

Activities: 

Football, 9, 10, 11, 12 
Randy Award 
Gym, 9 

Quote: 

"If you give a man a fish, he will eat for a day. If 
you teach a man how to fish, he will eat for a 
lifetime." — Anon. 



• Tony Hui • 

"Oreo" "Tonnay" "Pony" 

Activities: 

Amnesty International, 9 
Randolph Asian Club, 9, 10, 1 1. 12 
Officer, 10, 11, 12 

Quote: 

"A moment like this, some people wait a 
lifetime, for a moment like this, some people 
search forever, for a moment like this. I can't 
believe it's happening to me. Some people wait a 
lifetime for a moment like this." 
— Kelly Clarkson 



• Virginia Hunter • 

"Islandz" 
Activities: 

Soccer, 9, 10, 11, 12 

Track and Field, 9, 10, 11, 12 

Jazz Band, 9 

RHTV, 11, 12 

SAARV, 11, 12 

Theatre Guild, 10 

Homeroom Rep, 11,12 

Quote: 

"God gave us talent as a gift. The way we use 
our talent is our gift back to God." — Anon. 




• David Israel • 

Activities: 
JV Soccer, 9 

Captain 
Varsity Soccer, 10, 11, 12 

Captain 12 
Concert Band, 9. 10. 11. 12 
Homeroom Rep. 12 
Peer Leadership, 12 

Quote: 

"You don't know what you have until it's gone. 
Cherish the present so you don't have to hang on 
to the past." — Anon. 





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• Seniors 1003. 



Jovanz Johnson 




• Natalie Johnson • 

Activities: 

Student Council. 10. 11. 12 
Spanish Club. 1 1 

Vice President 
September 11 Memorial Committee. 11. 12 
SAARV. 10. 11. 12 
National Honor Society, 11. 12 
Investigative Bible Discussion. 12 

Quote: 

"Try not to become a man of success. But rather 
try to become a man of value." 
— Albert Einstein 




• Candice Joyner • 

Activities: 

African-American Club. 9. 10 
Concert Choir. 9. 10. 11 
Psi Alpha Psi. 9. 10 

Quote: 

"Trying to succeed and trying to beat others are 
two different things, so never grow a wishbone 
where your backbone ought to be." — Anon. 




• Fatmata Kanu • 

Quote: 

"I will reach the highest level of my education, 
no matter how long it will take. Don't give up. 
your miracle is on the way." — Own 




• Mariama Kanu • 

Quote: 

I would like to thank all my teachers and friends 
for their support and encouragement. Students 
lets continue to be disciplined because education 
without discipline sounds useless. 




• Michelle Keady • 

Activities: 

Football Cheerleading. 9. 10. 11. 12 
Basketball Cheerleading. 9. 10. 11. 12 
Softball. 9 
Homeroom Rep. 12 

Quote: 

Thanks to Mom and Dad for having faith in me. 

and always being there for me. Caroline, no 

matter what the future brings, you'll always be 

my little sis I love you. A-Trix. thanks for 

making high school fun~BF4L!!! You're my real 

girls. 

*Rip Emanuel Kalu. I will never forget you!" 




Laura Kelly 



Activities: 

Basketball Cheerleading. 9. 10 
Football Cheerleading. 9, 10 

Quote: 

"Things are just things- They have no power to 
hurt or heal. Only people can do that. And we 
all choose whether to be hurt or healed by these 
people who love us." — Anon. 
Thanks to my friends and family, who have 
always been there for me. I love you guys and 
I'll never forget you. 




• Eileen Kiley • 

Quote: 

"Tomorrow is never promised, so live every day 
like it's your last. Party, stay out late, break the 
rules and just have fun. You never know if you 
may be given the chance to do it all again." 
— Own 

Thank you. to everyone who makes each day 
worth living- Mom. Dad, Auntie Kathy. Nadia. 
Kara. Amanda and the rest of the A'trix. Jordon 
thank you for always being there and Gramma. 
RIP I love you. 




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•Seniors 1003- 



• Helen Korkovillis • 

Activities: 

Concert Choir. 9, 10. 11. 12 
SADD. 1 1 
Powder Puff. 11. 12 
SAARV. 12 

Quote: 

"No man or woman is worth your tears, and the 
only one who is. will never make you cry... If 
I you love someone, put their name in a circle, 
because hearts can break, but circles go on 
forever." — Anon. 




Peter Kourafas 




■ Saio Kumalah * 

I Quote: 

1 want to thank all of my teachers for helping 
me. ! wish all of my friends good luck in the 
future. 




Ronald Lee 

"Ron" 



Activities: 

Wrestling, 10. 11. 12 
Randolph Asian Club. 10. 11. 
Chess Club. 1 1 



12 



Quote: 

"If you are going through hell, keep going.' 

— Winston Churchill 

"hi... ZzZzz... ja ne~" — RL 




• Finah Koroma • 

"Fefe, Sherice" 
Activities: 

Girls Varsity Soccer, 1 1 
Girls Varsity Tennis. 1 1 
Amnesty International. 11, 12 

Vice President 
French Club, 11.12 

Vice President 
Powder Puff, 12 

Quote: 

"I have learned that success is to be measured 
not so much by the position that one has reacted 
in life as by the obstacles which he has over 
come while trying to succeed". 
— Booker T. Washington 



• Merah Kumalah • 

Quote: 

"Hold fast to dreams, if dreams die. life is a 
broken-winged bird that cannot fly" 
— Langston Hughes 





• Kim Le • 

"SUPERWOMAN" "k. 
Activities: 

Student Council. 9. 10. 11. 12 

Class Secretary. 9. 10, 11, 12 
Randolph Asian Club, 9, 10, 11. 12 

Club Officer. 11. 12 
National Honor Society. 10. 1 1. 12 

Service Chairperson, 11, 12 
Yearbook Staff. 12 

Editor-in-Chief 
SAARV, 9. 10 
Peer Leadership. 11. 12 
Blue & White Banner. 1 1 



Le" 



Quote: 

"Don't talk about it. 
— Busta Rhymes 



12 



BE about it.' 




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• Seniors 1003- 



Jason Levine 



Activities: 

Soccer, 9, 10. II. 12 
Track. 9. 10. 11, 12 
Baseball. 9. 10. 11. 12 

Quote: 

"Don'! let the past dictate who you are. but let it 
be a part of who you will become." 




• Rachael Levine • 

Activities: 

Swimming and Diving, 9, 10, 11. 12 

Captain. 12 
Softball, 9, 10, 11 
Student Council, 11, 12 
GSA, 11. 12 

Concert Band, 9, 10. 11. 12 
Powder Puff, 11, 12 
SADD, 9 

Quote: 

"If our world was held together by duct tape, we 
wouldn't fall apart" 




• Tonya Licorish • 

Activities: 

Peer Leadership, 11, 12 

Quote: 

"3" for the stripes 

Thank the Lord for he has made. To see another 
day for I have lived. To the class of "2003" for 
the "3" stripes that we all made "3" for the 
stripes that we finally made it all out the game!! 




• Thomas Lore • 

"Chewy" "Tomba" 

Activities: 

Ice Hockey. 9, 10, 11, 12 

Quote: 

"Don't waste your time watching or looking, or 
you will miss opportunities that you will never 
get a second chance on" — Anon. 




Larry Louis 




David Lowenthal 




• Emmanuel Lyte • 

"E" "The Guy" 
Activities: 

Tennis 

Captain, 11,12 
Soccer, 11,12 
Track, 12 
Quote: 

"10-20 years from now, it's not going to matter 
what shoes you wore, or how our hair looks, or 
the jeans we buy. What is going to matter is 
what we learned in this school and how we apply 
it to our everyday lives." 

To my mother, father, brothers, my aunt Norma 
and my uncle Fred, and my grandmothers and all 
my other family members: I love you and thank 
you very much. Love, Emmanuel 




Rebecca Mak 



"Becca" 
Activities: 

Student Council, 9, 10, 11. 12 

Corresponding Secretary. 1 1 

President. 12 
SAARV, 9, 10. 11, 12 

Publicity Coordinator, 1 1 
Class President, 10 
Cross-Country Track, 9, 10. 11. 12 
September 11 Memorial Committee, 11. 12 
Photography Club. 11. 12 
Quote: 

"For long you live & high you fly. & smiles 
you'll give & tears you'll cry, & all you touch & 
all you see. is all your life will ever be." 
— Pink Floyd 




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• Seniors 1003- 



• Kalin Marshall • 

Activities: 

V. Swimming. 9, 10. 11, 12 
Basketball Cheerleading. 9 

Quote: 

'The years go by, the time it does fly. every 
single second is a moment in time that passes on. 
So quick and it seems like nothing, but when 
you're looking back, well it amounts to 
;verything." — Catch22 

And I wonder if my kids will ever see a horizon 
untouched by billboards and shopping malls" 
The Broadways 



• Michelle McBride • 

Activities: 

Concert Choir. 11. 12 
French Club. 9. 10 
SADD. 10 

Quote: 

"If you find it in your heart to love somebody 
then you will have succeeded" 
— Maya Angelou 





• Alexander Matheus • 

"Alex" 

Activities: 

ART. 

Artistic Director. 11, 12 
Theatre Guild, 12 
School Newspaper, 9 
Yearbook, 11, 12 

Quote: 

"Thank you to all those who were cruel and 

kind. 

The cruel made me stronger; 

The kind made me confident. 

No matter our differences... we're all made in 

heaven." 



• Rolanda McCall • 

"Landa" 

Activities: 

Concert Choir. 9. 11. 12 

Environmental club, 1 1 

SADD, 11, 12 

SAARV. 11. 12 

Spanish Club. 9 

Peer Edu, 12 

Powder Puff. 12 

African American club, 10, 11. 12 

Quote: 

Conocerme es Quererme! A mis amigos. los 
quiero a todos. Sin ustedes, no tengo nada. 
Muchas gracias para siempre! Besos! 





• Jonathan McGerity • 

Activities: 

: ootball. 9, 10, 11. 12 

Captain, 12 
SADD, 11, 12 

Juote: 

In great attempts, it is glorious even to fail." 
Vince Lombardi 




Tania Melendez 



• Guerline Menard • 

"Baby Girl" 
Activities: 

Theerleading. 10, 11, 12 

Varsity 
: rench Club, 1 1 

President 
Amnesty International, 11. 12 
s'ational Honors Society, 11, 12 

Laison 
rheater, 1 1 
Thorus, 9, 10. 11. 12 

S\ Cappella, 12 
Juote: 
Don't cry because it's over. Smile because it 
lappened." 




Activities: 

Peer Educator, 1 2 
Homeroom Representative. 



11 



Quote: 

When you are content to be simply yourself 
and don't compare or compete, everybody will 
respect you. I wanna say thanks to all my 
friends and family for always being there for 
me! KJ. RC. LK, AJ, AC, JG, KM. I love you 
guys! 




• Michelle Messina • 

"Chele" 
Activities: 

Softball. 9. 10. 11. 12 

Concert Choir. 9, 10, 11. 12 

A Capella. 12 

Best Buddies. 12 

Show Choir. 1 1 

Philip Saba Book Award, 12 

Powder Puff. 12 

Quote: 

"Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery. 

today is a gift, that's why it's called the 

present!" — Anon. 

Shout out to all of my friends. Thanks so much! 

I couldn't have done it without you all! We 

finally made it! 




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22 



• Seniors 1003- 



Kirwin Mikell 



• Bruno Monteiro • 

Activities: 

Soccer, 10, 11. 12 
JV Basketball. 10. 11 
Student Council. 1 1 
Spanish Club. 12 
1 African- American Club. 12 

I Quote: 

I rather die on my feet then live on my knees.' 
| — Anon. 

"105558" 




• Allison Miller • 

"Al Milly" 

Activities: 

Concert Band. 9. 10. 11. 12 
SADD. 11. 12 
Best Buddies. 12 
National Honor Society. 12 
Powder Puff. 11, 12 
Student Council. 12 
Peer Leadership. 1 2 

Quote: 

"Our memories of yesterday will last a lifetime. 
We'll take the best and forget the rest and 
someday we will find... These are the best of 
times." — Anon. 



• Jonathan Monteiro • 

"Jizza" 

Activities: 

Football. 9. 10. 11. 12 
Track, 10, 1 1 
Peer Leadership, 11,12 
Powder Puff Coach. 11, 12 

Quote: 

"Frustration in the mind causes tension in the 
body" — Anon. 

I hope the best for all. "RUN TELL DAT!!" 
2003!! Thanks to my martial arts instructor, for 
my 10 years experience. 





Tara Moriarty 



Activities: 

Softball, 9, 10, 11, 12 

Captain. 12 
SADD. 11, 12 
Basketball, 9, 10. 11. 12 

JV Captain. 9. 10 

Quote: 

"Good is never enough, when you dream of 
being the best." 



Steven Morris 




• Erin Morrell • 

"Emo, Smarch" 
Activities: 

Student Council, 9. 10, 11, 12 

E-board9. 10. 11, 12 

Treasurer. 10 

Vice President. 1 1 
Show Choir, 9, 10, 11 
ACapella, 11. 12 
National Honor Society. 10, 11, 12 
Literary Magazine. 10. 11, 12 
GSA, 10, 11, 12 
Yearbook Staff. 12 

Student Life Editor 
Quote: 

"It's not getting what you want, it's wanting 
what you've got" — Anon. 



Daniel Morrissey 





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• Seniors 1003- 



• Kerrilyn Musgrove • 

"Kerri" 
Activities: 

Swimming. 9. 10. 11. 12 

Captain. 12 

League All-Star. 10 

V-letter. 9. 10 
Student Council. 10 
National Honor Society. 11.12 

Treasurer. 12 
September 11 Memorial Committee. 11. 12 
Randolph Asian Club. 11. 12 
SADD. 11. 12 
SAARV. 11. 12 




Nadia Neasman 



• Christopher Nelson • 

"Nelly" 

Activities: 

Baseball. 9. 10. 11. 12 
Basketball, 9, 10. 11. 12 
Football. 9 

Quote: 

"You can have anything you want — if you 
want it bad enough. You can be anything you 
want to be. do anything you set to accomplish 
if you hold to that desire with singleness of 
purpose." — William Adams 




Jennifer Ng 



"Jing" 

Activities: 

Gymnastics. 10, 11, 12 

Captain. 11.12 
Tennis, 11.12 

Captain. 12 
Blue & White Banner. 11,12 
Randolph Asian Club. 9. 10. 1 1, 12 

Officer. 11. 12 
SAARV, 10. 11. 12 

Officer. 11 
September 1 1 Memorial Committee. 11.12 
Quote: 

"Don't be afraid of what others think of your 
actions, opinions, or ideas because it's those 
things that make up your own unique 
personality." — Anon. 




• Bichngoc Nguyen • 

"Bicalicious" "Bic" 

Activities: 

National Honor Society. 10, 11. 12 

Vice President. 1 1 

President. 12 
Randolph Asian Club. 9. 10. 11. 12 

Officer. 10. 11. 12 
SAARV. 9. 10. 11. 12 
Homeroom Rep. 11.12 

Quote: 

"We've bonded through our laughter, we've 
shared so many late nights and tears, 1 don't 
think I could have asked for better people to 
spend these past six years with. Thank you!" 



• Nguyen Nguyen 

Quote: 

"What's the deal?!" 






• Hien Nguyen • 

Activities: 

Blue & White Banner. 9. 10 
Business Club. 11.12 

Vice President 
French Club. 11. 12 

Treasurer 
SAARV. 9. 11. 12 
Student Council. 12 
Tennis. 11.12 
Water Technician. 12 

Quote: 

"Look not mournfully into the past. It comes not 
back again. Wisely improve the present. It is 
thine. Go forth to meet the shadowy future 
without fear." — Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 



• Christopher Pacheco 

"Chris" "Chuckles'" 

Quote: 

Thank you Stacey for all the support and 
pushing me to do things 14 • Seniors 2003 
Seniors 2003 ■ 3. 

Mom- thank you for sticking by me. 
Dad- thank you for just being my dad. 





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• Seniors 1003- 



• Wilberte Paul • 

"Wilbz" 
Activities: 

Concert Choir. 9. 10. 11. 12 
African-American Club. 9. 10, 11, 12 

Vice President. 1 1 

President. 12 
Student Council, 10. 11, 12 

Vice President. 10 

President. 1 1 
Peer Leadership. 11,12 
Basketball Cheerleading. 10 

JV Captain. 10 
Drama Club. 10. 11, 12 
Randolph Asian Club. 11,12 
Quote: 

After all our trials and tribulations we may 
talk but my actions remain the same 

• Malinai Pheng • 





• Christine Pham • 

"C-Dok" 
Activities: 

Randolph Asian Club. 10. 11. 12 
SAARV. 11, 12 
SADD. 10. 11 
Computer Club. 1 1 

Quote: 

"Live in the future not in the past strive for the 
best not for the last. We are the class of 2003. 
we've succeeded in making history. I wish you 
all much luck in what you decided to do because 
what is held in the future is now up to you." 



Yasmine Pitts 




•Jeanine Pompilus • 

Quote: 

I feel very happy to be graduating from 
Randolph High School. I will work very hard to 
be successful in college and seize the 
opportunities that come my way. I thank all of 
my teachers and my family for their 
encouragement. 




• Raphaella Poteau • 

"Ella" "Raphael" 
Activities: 

Varsity Spring/Winter Track. 9, 10, 1 1, 12 

Captain 11.12 
National Honor Society. 9. 10, 11. 12 
African-American Club, 9, 10. 1 1. 12 
SAARV. 9. 10, 11. 12 
Theatre Guild. 9. 10, 11. 12 
Concert Chorus. 9. 10, 11. 12 
ACappella. 11. 12 
Yearbook Club Editor. 12 
Quote: 

"When you were born, you cried and the world 
rejoiced. Live your life in such a manner that 
when you die, the world cries and you rejoice." 
— Indian Proverb 




• Meredith Porter • 

"Meredew" "Mewediff ' "Men" 
Activities: 

September 1 1 Memorial Committee, 1 1 
National Honor Society. 11. 12 
SAARV, 10, 11, 12 
Spanish Club. 1 1 
Concert Band, 9, 10. 11. 12 

Secretary. 1 1 
Student Council. 10. 11. 12 

Treasurer. 12 
Powder Puff. 11. 12 

Quote: 

"I've learned that my friends and I can 
do anything or nothing and have the best 
time." — Anon. 





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Activities: 

Concert Band. 9, 10. 11. 12 
Amnesty International. 11. 12 

Secretary. 1 1 
Powder Puff. 1 1 
Business Club, 11. 12 
Photography Club. 11. 12 

Quote: 

"Dream a dream that never dies, wish on a 
shooting star that spans the skies."2 all my 
friends: Thanks 4 all the good times! Shout-out 2 
furry bunny! It's Marsha Bring on the gno's @ 
the msb. Was that a thunder bird? #23 Mr. P?! 
Banquo? 




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• Seniors 1003- 



• Fabien Queely • 

"Fabe" "Fabs" "Jacquez" 
Activities: 
Football. 11.12 

Captain 
African-American Club, 12 
Quote: 

"No matter what happens, you must act like you've 
been there." — Coach Branch 
We are finally there ! ! ! 

"Whatever you have learned or received or heard 
from me. or seen in me — put it into practice. And the 
God of peace will be with you." — Philippians 4:9 

"The Lord is my helper: I will not be afraid. What can 
man do to me?" — Hebrews 13:6 



• Gothy Rateau • 

Activities: 

Theatre Guild. 9. 10. 11. 12 
Tennis. 11, 12 
French Club, 11. 12 

Secretary 
Business Club. 1 1 

Secretary 
SAARV. 10. 11, 12 
Amnesty International 11, 12 
Concert Band, 9, 10, 11. 12 
Shakespeare Club, 12 

Quote: 

"You laugh because I'm different. I laugh because 
you're all the same." — Anon. 




Alexander Ramirez 





•Luduige Renard • 

Activities: 

African-American Club, 12 
Tennis. 12 
French Club, 12 

Quote: 

"Always put God in the first place because with him 

everything is possible. 

Always try to do your best in what you are doing 

because education is what survives when what has 

been learned has been forgotten. 

Try not to become a man of success, but rather 

become a man of value." 




Jeffrey Reyes 

";Cheo!" "Jizz-Rizz" 



Quote: 

Live life to the fullest and stay up. 

Shout outs: To my fam in facilities: Take it one 
day at a time and keep it real. My boyz: Jynx, 
Ron-Dubz, Scooby. Mizz. Xplicit, black, Jizz. 
D-Lion. J-ecko & . . . Also to my girls, you know 
who you be, keep it real and Holla. 
Peace out. 03 For Life 





• Michael Richards • 

Activities: 

Wrestling, 11, 12 

Blue & White Banner, 12 

Copy Editor 
Amnesty International. 12 

Quote: 

"Do not follow where the path may lead. Go 
instead where there is no path and leave a trail.' 
— Ralph Waldo Emerson 




Edward Rizzi 




• Tamara Robert • 

Activities: 

Basketball. 9. 10. 11. 12 

Varsity 

Academic Excellence Awards 
African-American Club. 9, 10, 12 
Peer Mediation, 12 
SADD. 12 
Quote: 

"Find out what you like doing best and get 
someone to pay you for doing it." 
— Katherine Whitehom 

To all my friends, make the best of your lives. 
Do not let anyone hold you back, and don't 
forget, put God first. Class of 2003. 





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•Seniors 1003- 



• Meghan Robertson • 

"Meggy" Meggies" 
Activities: 

Track, 9. 10, 12 
Show Choir, 10, 1 1 
Drama Club, 9, 10, 11. 12 
Concert Band. 9. 10, 12 

Manager 
ACapella, 12 
Blue & White Banner. 9 
Mock Trial. 10, 11. 12 

Secretary 
Quote: 

"A broken bone can heal, but the wound a word 
opens can last forever" — Jessamyn West 



Kimberly Rojas 





•Stephanie Saint Louis- 



Activities: 

Track, 9 

Environmental Club, 1 1 

SADD, 11, 12 

Peer Leadership, 12 

Powder Puff, 12 

African- American Club. 10, 12 

Quote: 

"All wisdom comes from the lord and 
so do common sense and understanding" 




Jocelyn Sanders 




•Erin Rodman • 

Activities: 

Softball. 9. 10, 11, 12 
Cheerleading. 9, 10, 11. 12 

Captain, 1 1 
Yearbook Staff, 12 

Sports Editor 
SADD, 11, 12 
Peer Leadership. 1 2 
Quote: 

"As time goes on. people touch and then they are 
gone. We laughed until we had to cry. We loved 
right down to our last Good-bye." 
Mom. Carrie, & Matt-Thanks 4 everything! 
Love u guys! Dad-R.I.P. I Love and Miss you! 




Patrice Ryans 




• Adnan Salam • 

Activities: 

Soccer. 9. 10. 11. 12 

Varsity, 11, 12 
Randolph Asian Club. 11, 12 
National Honor Society. 11. 12 
Upward Bound Program. 9, 10. 11. 12 
Yearbook Staff, 12 

Layout Staff 
Quote: 

"Love takes off masks that we fear we cannot 
live without and know we cannot live within. I 
use the word "love' here not merely in the 
personal sense but as a state of being, or a state 
of grace — not in the infantile American sense of 
being made happy but in the tough and universal 
sense of quest and daring growth." 
— James Baldwin 



Kimberly Sansone 





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• Seniors 1003- 



• Arielle Schuster • 

Activities: 

Cheerleading. 1 1 

Concert Choir. 9. 10. 11. 12 

Quote: 

The only regrets in life are the chances you 
didn"t take." — Anon. 

"The way to love anything is to realize that it 
might be lost." — Anon. 



Scott Singer 



"Scoot" "Samuel" 
Activities: 
Soccer. 9. 10. 11. 12 
Winter Track. 9. 10, 11, 12 
Spring Track. 9. 10 
Baseball. 11,12 
Student Council. 9 
Spanish Club. 1 1 
Concert Band. 9. 10. 11. 12 

Quote: 

"My mind guides me to where I want to go" 
Shout-outs to my boys: J. D. Zo. J. Yo. Boo. and 
Nelly. Life goal: to be successful in everything I 
do. 




•Alissa Sheehan • 

"Alicia" 
Activities: 
Cross-Country Track. 9. 10, 1 1. 12 

Captain. 11.12 
Basketball. 9 
Spring Track. 9. 10 
Student Council. 9. 10. 11. 12 
Peer Leadership. 12 
September 11 Memorial Committee. 11. 12 

Quote: 

"What lies before us and what lies behind us are 
small matters compared to what lies within us." 
— Holmes 

"Even the darkest night will end and the sun will 
rise." — Les Miserables Finale 



• Jonathan Singleton • 

"Boo Boo" 
Activities: 
JV Basketball. 10. 11 

MVP. 10. 1 1 
Varsity Basketball. 12 

Captain 
Concert Band. 9. 10. 11. 12 

First Chair Baritone Horn 
SADD. 1 1 

Quote: 

Try not to become a man of success, but rather 
try to become a man of value." — Albert 
Einstein 

Shout-out to my boys: Zo. J. Yo. D. J. Nelly, and 
Scoot 





• Tony Sisco • 

"Tonz" "Dear" "Sisco" 

Activities: 
SAARV. 10 

African-American Club. 10 
Concert Band. 9. 10. 11. 12 
Best Buddies. 12 
Student Council. 11. 12 
Treasurer 

Quote: 

"You can fool the whole world down the 
pathway of years and get pats on the back as u 
pass, but your final rew ard w ill be heartache and 
tears." — Dale Wimbron 



•Latoya Smith- 

Activities: 
Concert Choir. 9. 12 
African-American Club. 1 1 
Psi Alpha Psi. 9. 10 

Quote: 

"BYE' I'm finally gone!"' 

Holla at your girl when you see me on the 

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Patrick Siu 



Activities: 

Computer Club. 1 1 

Quote: 

"T R D Pride" 




• Dana Smolokoff • 

Activities: 

Football Cheerleading. 11. 12 

Captain. 12 
SADD. 11. 12 
Powder Puff. 11. 12 
Blue & White Banner. 9 
Student Council. 11. 12 

Quote: 

"Favorite people, favorite places, favorite 
memories of the past... these are the joys of a 
lifetime... these are the things that last." 
— Anon. 




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• Seniors 1003. 



Amanda Stanton 



Activities: 

Cheerleading, 9. 10. 
Powder Puff. 11. 12 



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Quote: 

To my family, thank you for everything. You've 
always been there for me and supported me 
through the rough times. To all the A*trix. I love 
you! E.K. N.Z. and K.W. we've had a lot of 
great memories, (Railroad). And more to come, 
thanks for always being there. BFF. FF 4-lyfe. 




• Jamie Steinberg • 

Activities: 

Soccer. 9. 10, 11. 12 

Captain 11.12 
Softball. 10. 11, 12 
Student Council. 12 
Class Council. 1 1 
Peer Leadership, 1 2 
Powder Puff. 11, 12 

Quote: 

"I don't remember how we happened to meet 
each other. I don't remember who got along with 
whom first. All I can remember is all of us 
together Always." 

|AM, DS. LH, SD. MP 143AAF BFFL! 

• Heather Stoltz • 

"Stoltzy" 

Activities: 

SADD. 11. 12 
Varsity Cheerleading. 1 1 
Spanish Club. 1 1 
Powder Puff. 11, 12 
Dance, 9, 10, 11. 12 

Quote: 

Mom. Thanks 4 everything. I couldn't have done 

it without you. I love U! LB & LR-Madd 

memories that were so... good-BFF. Love Ya's. 

EK. HD. JD. MS, good times! Haha. I love you 

juys! "You never know what you got until its 

jone!" 

KIP Emmanuel Kalu 

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• Danny Steinberg • 

"Boone" 

Activities: 

Soccer. 9. 10. 11. 12 

Captain. 12 
Basketball, 9 
Baseball. 11. 12 
SADD. 1 1 

Quote: 

"Every step I take, every move I make, every 
single day. every time I pray. I'll be missing (all 
of) you." — Faith Evans 



Jay Steinhardt 






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• Emily Tangney • 

"Rebel" 

Activities: 

Softball, 9. 10, 11, 12 

Captain, 12 
Basketball. 9, 10. 11 

JV Captain 10. 11 

Quote: 

"The future lies before us like freshly fallen 
snow, be careful where you walk in it, for every 
footstep shows" 

This is an inside joke, and you're on the outside! 
HEM DTA WP(fist) 




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• Seniors 1003 



• Thuwaiba Thezine 

"Jamila" 

Activities: 

African-American Club. 9.10.11. 12 
Besl Buddies. 11.12 

Peer Buddy 

President. 12 
Drama Club. 12 
Powder Puff. 11. 12 



Quote: 

Much love to the entire senior class of 2003. We 
each had our connection in some way. Make 
your own title or someone will make it for you. 
Live bv that! '2' double 0' . '3'!! It's over. 




• Denetra Thomas • 

"Dee-Dee" 

Activities: 
Concert Choir. 9. 1 2 
Cheerleading. 10. 12 
African- American Club. 1 1 
Psi Alpha Psi. 1 1 

Quote: 

I would like to thank God for getting me through 
these four years. A special shout out going out to 
my two inspirational teachers: Mr. Primmer, and 
Ms. Batiaglia. To my friends: Kiana. Jordan, and 
my road dawg Kiaya. I love y'affl! Remember 
that excuses are the building blocks of 
nothingness 




Robert Tran 




• Thinh Tran • 

"Tinn\"' 

Activities: 
Soccer. 11. 12 

Forward 
Tennis. 11.12 

Single 

Captain 
Randolph Asian Club. 12 

Quote: 

"If you don't know where you're going, you'll 
end up somewhere else." — Anon. 




• Thuan Tran • 

"Bruce" 

Activities: 

Randolph Asian Club. 9. 10. 11. 12 

Chess Club. 10. 11 

Computer Club. 1 1 

Quote: 

In Life, everyone makes mistakes, but it is those 
who choose not to accept their mistakes that will 
fail in life. Learn from the past, but don't live in 
it. nor the present. Live and Dream in the future, 
because that is what life is about... 




• Metissa Tse • 

"Momo. Mellie. Melissa" 

Activities: 

Tennis. 11. 12 

Randolph Asian Club. 9. 10. 1 1. 12 

Quote: 

Good friends are hard to find so cherish the ones 
you have and always remember our high school. 
Before anything else, getting ready is the secret 
of success, also being entirely honest is good- 
and to live life to the fullest! Shout outs to all 
my friends, thanks for a great six years of RHS 
and to all my teachers- thanks for everything! 
Good Luck! 




• Maria Tucker 






Ria" 


Activities: 






Tennis. 9. 10 






Captain. 1 1 . 


12 




Basketball. 9. 10 






Cheerleading. 9. 


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Homeroom Rep. 


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Spanish Club 






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•Erica Tuton 



Activities: 
Track. 9 

Student Council. 10 
SAARY. 11. 12 

Quote: 

"Hakuna Matata ...its means "No Worries" 
— The Lion King 




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•Seniors 1003- 



•Heather Tuton • 

Quote: 

"Life is about not knowing, having to change, 
laking the moment and making the best out of 
it." — Anon. 




• Gerloude Ulysse • 

Quote: 

Education is the most important thing in the 
world. It is not free. One must work hard to be 
successful. My dreams will come true thanks to 
God. my family, and all of my teachers " 



Patricia Valerv 



Activities: 

African- American Club. 10. 

Powder Puff. 11. 12 



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Quote: 

First. I'd like to thank my family and God. 
Without them I wouldn't be writing this. I'd also 
like to thank my good friends. Vicki. Kristy, 
Dihan aka BK thug. Melissa and Cassy. Hope 
you guys succeed in like. And last but not least. 
I'd like to thank my boys. Ronald. Irvin. Hakim. 
Jeff and Reggie. I luv u guys! Haitian 4-life! 



Alessandra Veiga 



"Xanda" 

Activities: 

Homeroom Rep, 1 1 

African- American Club. 11.12 

SADD. 12 

Peer Leadership. 12 

Quote: 

C.V. for life! 

585105 

RIP. Papa 

Always remember 10/7/02 



Jaclyn Tuton 



Activities: 
Basketball. 9. 10. 11.12 

Captain. 1 1 

Varsity, 12 
Yearbook Staff. 12 

Club Editor 

Quote: 

"I always knew looking back on my tears would 
make me laugh, but I never knew looking back 
on my laughs would make me cry" — Anon. 





Gloria Valdez 



Quote: 

"Dream. Achieve. Become." 



Anon. 








• Vicki Valery 




"Victorious" 
Activities: 
Concert Choir. 9. 10 
Psi Alpha Psi. 9. 11 
Powder Puff. 11. 12 
African- American Club. 9. 10. 11. 12 
Student Council, 1 1 
SAAD. 10. 11 

Quote: 

I just want to thank God for helping me make it 
this far. I want to give a Holla to all my girls and 
to my cousins and of course mommy and 
Ritchie. I love you guys!!! .All the Haters... 
KeepHatin::: ' 



Bradley Waiting 





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•Seniors 1003 



Matthew Wan 



"Matty" "MattWan" "MaWah" 
"Batman" 
Activities: 

Concert Band. 9. 10. 11. 12 
Student Council. 10. 11, 12 

E-Board 
Yearbook Staff. 12 

Layout Staff 
National Honor Society, 11,12 
SADD. 12 
Randolph Asian Club, 12 

Quote: 

"Learn everything and forget" — No Limits 
"I will live forever or die trying." — Anon. 




Jolie Yee 

"Shorty" 



Activities: 

Tennis. 12 



Quote: 

To all my "Player Girls" out there keep rockin 
remember all the fun times we had even though 
we are going our own ways we will always meet 
again. Hien, Melissa, Christina, and Susan you 
are the best friends that a girl can have. Thanks 
for all the fun and the endless parties and the hot 
guys so keep pimpin. "Welcome to my world." 




• Zakiaya Wooten • 

"Kiya" "Zakie" 
Activities: 

Track. 10. 11. 12 
Psi Alpha Psi. 1 1 

Quote: 

Mistakes are here for u to learn from them. If u 
make a mistake, use it as a learning process and 
resolve it for the future. 

Shout-outs: To my girls: DeeDee. Kiana. Toya, 
Nikki; To my papis: Marlon, Junior, DJ. and my 
cuz Tiffany. U my girl for life. I love u. 2003 
holla back! Jamilla u my girl for life!!! GO 
JORDAN! 



• Rachel Yoffe • 

Activities: 

Student Council. 9, 10. 12 

E-Board. 1 1 
National Honor Society, 11. 12 
Swimming/Diving 

Captain, 1 1,12 
Best Buddies 

Secretary, 1 1 
French Club. 1 1 
Photography Club. 1 1 
Powder Puff, 11.12 
Quote: 

"Nothing is more spectacular than doing 
something someone said could not be done." 
"Walk with love in your heart and you will never 
walk alone." 




Joshua Yorra 



Activities: 

Baseball. 9. 10. 11, 12 

Captain 
Soccer, 10, 11. 12 

Captain 
Winter Track, 11, 12 
National Honor Society 
Student Council, 12 
Homeroom Rep. 12 



11. 12 



Quote: 

"Friendship is the hardest thing in the world to 
explain. It's not something you learn in school. 
But if you haven't learned the meaning of 
friendship, you really haven't learned anything.' 
— Muhammad AH 



Nadia Zaiter 



Activities: 

Varsity Basketball Cheerleading, 9, 10 
Varsity Football Cheerleading, 9, 10, 11, 
Powder Puff. 11. 12 

Quote: 

Mom. thank you for everything. I love you. 
R. I. P. Dad you are with me always. 
To all the A*trix, I love you! EK, AS, and KW 
thanks for always being there for me. BFF. 





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Superintendant 




Dr. Susan Taylor 
Asst Superintendent 




Randolph School Committee 

Mr. Edward Gilbert, Mr. Michael Crowley, (back) 

Mrs. Barbara Mellon, Mr. Ron DiGuilio, Mr. Robert Gass (front) 



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Dear Class of 2003: 

Congratulations to you and your family on your graduation 
from Randolph High School. Six years ago, you entered RHS 
as youngsters with mixed emotions of anxiety and trepidation 
as to what your future might bring. Today, after spending one 
third of your life at our school, you graduate articulate and 
confident young men and women. 

Graduation day is one of great pride and joy as you are 
rewarded for your years of hard work. It is again a day of 
mixed emotions as you say goodbye to your familiar sur- 
roundings and long time friends to begin new challanges and 
adventures. 

The town owes much to you as you have made great contri- 
butions to to our school's reputation. You truly have left the 
school a better place. 

On behalf of our entire faculty and staff, I wish you great 
success in the future and expect you will continue to pursue 
excellence. Best wishes and congratulations on a task 
well done. 




Mr. Gerard J. Linehan 

Principal 



Acevedo, Marjorie 

English 

Auguste, Marie 

E.L.L. 

Beagan, Christine 

English 

Bellistri, Dan 

Alternative Program 

Berry, David 

Music Chairperson 

Bowen, Heather 

E.L.L. 

Boyd, Jason 

Math 

Brandt, Kristin 

Foreign Language 

Brennan, Tom 

Science 

Brodeur, Karen 

Humanities Coordinator 

Brown, Howard 

Social Worker 

Brown, Zack 

Alternative Program 

Brown-Jones, Mary 

Guidance 

Bumpus, Arthur 

Science Chairperson 

Burke, Karen 

Special Ed. 




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Burke, Kelly 

Social Worker 
Burke, Michele 
Social Studies 
Campbell, Maureen 
Nurse 

Canavan, Lisa 
Social Studies/English 
Cappucci, Angela 
Foreign Language 

Carleton, Emily 

English 

Carter, Debbie 

Science 

Chase, Kathy 

Health 

Christopher, Chris 

Math 

Chui, Elaine 

English 

Clark, Robert 

Work Experience 
Cohn, Richard 
Special Ed. 
Colburn, Bethany 
Science 

Cribby, Jennifer 
Alternative Program 
Dandeneau, Lynne-Marie 
Music 

Deady, Chris 

Graphic Arts 
DelVecchio, Steve 
Reading 

DiMascio, Annette 
Math Chairperson 
Donovan, John 
Guidance 

Edwards, Thomas 
Computer Technology 



Emond, Francine 

Science 
Ervick, Kristin 

Social Studies 



(From left to right) 

Mike Power, Michele Duzan, Ellen Clark 
Debbie Turner, Kim Curtain, Ashley Curtain 

Child Development Center 



Estes, Bill 

Science 
Etienne, Marthe 

E.L.L 



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To the Class of 2003: 

Since the early days of public education, students have been 
expected to master the proverbial "Three R's: Reading. 
•Riting and 'Rithmetic". In 2003, Randolph High School 
graduates must also successfully complete a program of 
studies that includes courses in social studies, science, 
computer technology, physical education, and health educa- 
tion. In addition, they must perform community service and 
for the first time, earn a competency on the MCAS examina- 
tions. 

Kudos to each of you for meeting these requirements. The 
conferral of your diploma is evidence of your hard work, 
determination and willingness to go the distance. 

Remember, however, that your journey through life will go 
on and that your challenge has just begun. As motivational 
writer John C. Maxwell has noted "Success is a continuing 
thing. It is growth and development. It is achieving one thing 
and using it as a stepping stone to achieve something else." 

Congratulations on your current success and best of luck as 
you seek to find your place in the world. 




Mr. Robert A. Johnson 

Vice Principal 



Fensie, Philippe 

Foreign Language 

Foley, Joanne 

Guidance 

Calante, Al 

Math & Science Coord. 

Geary, Joe 

7.5.5. 

Gold, Adina 

ELL. 

Gonzalez, Dr. Luz 

Foreign Language 

Georgopolous, Costos 

Special Ed. 

Grilli, Ed 

Alternative Program 

Gusciora, Kathy 

Alternative Program 

Hahn, Ellen 

Math 

Harrington, Ann 

Alternative Program 

Jean-Pierre, Joseph 

ELL. 

Jones, Elisa 

Speech Therapist 

Kachinsky, Phil 

Social Studies 

Kaplan, Paul 

Social Studies 





Keefe, Tom 

Special Ed. 

Kiley, Kathy 

Health 

Lam, Helen 

E.L.L. 

LeClair, Steve 

Prevocational Program 

Lellock, Jasmine 

English 

Leonard, Patrick 

Social Studies 
Letzring, Mike 
Math 

Lovely, Kathy 
Administrative Secretary 
Lyn, Randie 
Science 

MacVane, Heath 
English 

Marsigliano, HuiNing 

E.L.L. 

McFadden, Sandra 

E.L.L. 

MeGill, Ed 

MCAS English 

McNitt, Susan 

English 

Millard. Peter 

English 

Miranda, Jorge 

E.L.L. 

Mirow, Sheila 
Social Studies 
Modricamin, Miriam 
Foreign Language 
Morin, Adam 
Music 

Morreale, Frank 
Math 

Murphy, Diane 

Librarian 
Nevins. Can 

Electrical 



O'Brien, Dr. William 

Science 
O'Connell, Gordon 

Computer Technology 



Virginia Bradbury, Terry Branch, Cami Menderlos 

Physical Education 



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Dear Class of 2003: 

Having completed all the graduation requirements of 
Randolph High School, I would like to congratulate you, the 
Class of 2003. You experiences at Randolph High School are 
not the beginning, nor the end, but a common piece we all 
share in our journey. As you face the next round of 
challenges that will inevitably come your way, rely upon your 
personal resources and the solid education background you 
have received here at Randolph High School. 

The final days of senior year are very memorable; class day 
programs, barbecues, proms, yearbooks and graduation itself. 
Take the time to enjoy these activities and reflect upon the 
important years that lie ahead. Leave with pride, memories 
and experiences that have laid the foundation for a bright 
tomorrow. 

I have enjoyed getting to know all of you. Remember the 
faces, the stories, the lessons and then friends you have made 
at Randolph High School. Keep moving forward, keep 
learning and may you find success and happiness in all your 
"walks" of life. 




Mr. Luke Carroll 

Assistant Principal 



Peterson, Charles 

Math 

Pillarella, Bob 

Prevocational Program 

Powell, Garrett 

Math 

Powers, Erin 

Social Studies 

Quinn, Annette 

Pupil Services 

Rosen, Mona 

Social Worker 

Rosenfleld, Linda 

Learning Disabilities 

Rudnicki, Danuta 

Special Ed. 

Sarney, Donald 

English 

Sass, Lori 

Health Sendees 

Scoza, Michelle 

English 

Sekula, Diane 

ELL. 

Serra, Joe 

Wood Shop 

Slattery, Al 

Social Studies 

Smith, Al 

Athletics Director 



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Soufy, Dot 

Re-entiy Program 
Stadfeld, Elaine 
Computer Technology 
Steward, Cheryl 
Related Arts 
Suleski, Debbie 
Administrative Secretary 
Sung, Anita 
MCAS Preparation 

Sweeney, Richard 

Health Chairperson 
Tavares, Matt 
Alternative Program 
Telfort, Modeline 
Foreign Language 
Tower, Lorraine 
Foreign Language 
Turner. Tom 
Math 

Ventura, Lorri 
T.E.AM. Chair 
Verni, James 

Science 

Vezzoli, Gary 

Math 

Visser, Robert 

Career Development 

Wagner, Barbara 

Special Ed. 

Wahlgren, David 

Guidance 

Walker, Maryanne 
Librarian 
Webber, Barbara 
Art 

Weiand, Ed 
Alternative Program 
Weisburg, Toby 
Pupil Services 



Wheeler, Jim 

Pupil Sen-ices 
Wilde, Kelly 

English 



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Wootton, Carrie 

Math 
Youngclaus, Fred 

School Psychologist 



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AFRICAN-AMERICAN 

Advisor: Mrs. Brown-Jones 



The purpose of the African-American Club is 
to spread awareness of African, African- 
American, and Caribbean cultures. The club 
promotes cultural and ethnic diversity, 
acceptance, tolerance, and enlightenment of 
our school and community at large. Through 
this effort, The African-American Club 
hopes to influence the students of Randolph 
High School in a positive manner. 






ASIAN CLUB 



Advisor: Ms. Powers 

The Randolph Asian Club strives to be a cultural 
resource for the community's diverse youth population. 
It endeavors to learn about various cultures and to 
share that knowledge with others through creative 
performances every year at Asian Night, with 
workshops and meetings that are open to anyone 
and everyone who would like to attend. Also, fun 
showcases display its individual acheivements 
centered around strides taken to educate others. 
Its main goal is to help banish stereotypes by 
embracing the world community and to label 
everyone under one title: Images of Humanity. 





A CAPELLA CHOIR 

Advisor: Mrs. Dandeneau 



Its talented members must pass a prerequisite singing and 
theory test in order to be accepted into the class. Their 
performances have been as spontaneous as strolling 
throughout the school singing holiday songs for faculty 
and students as well as outside Shaw's Supermarket 
during Music Booster fundraising. The A Capella Choir 
works diligently at each practice in order to continually 
exceed the expectations of all it performs for. 



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AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL 




Advisor: Mrs. Tower 



'A letter written is a life saved." This is Amnesty 
International's theme. The phrase encompasses the goals 
of the organization, which is to help those who are 
wrongfully punished and to rally against tyranny and 
oppression. Amnesty International gives liberty and 
justice to people silenced by despotic governments. 
The club contributes numerous letters and petitions to 
Amnesty International USA, which are sent to 
government officials, generals, presidents, etc. It gives 
those who have been muted a voice so that they may 
speak and be heard. 



S.A.A.R.V 



Advisor: Mr. Brown 



The Student Alliance Against Racism and Violence (SAARV) 
strives to gain a deeper understanding of how racism, sexism, 
classism, homophobia, and violence impact individuals and 
society and to empower students to act against these dynamics in 
heir personal lives and in society at large. The Student Alliance 
accomplishes these objectives through bimonthly club 
meetings and the sponsoring of events such as movie 
discussion nights, student workshops, the "Team Harmony" 
trip, and "World of Difference Week." The Alliance hopes 
that its efforts will enrich members' lives as they learn more 
about themselves and each other and also contribute to the 
creation of a more tolerant, peaceful, and just society. 




SEPTEMBER 11TH MEMORIAL COMMITTEE 

Advisor: Mrs. Foley 




The September 1 1th Memorial Committee was formed by 
Randolph High School's students to recognize the tragedies 
of September 1 1th. The committee has raised over $1,000 
for both the American Red Cross and for a memorial in 
memory of all the victims of September 1 1th. 



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ART. 







Advisor: Ms. Carleton 

A.R.T. (Aesthetic Restoration Team) is a group 
of students who meet on Fridays to paint murals 
as well as restore old murals throughout the 
school. The students also work on projects to 
improve the overall beauty of the school. 
A.R.T. is comprised of some amazingly talented 
artists who spend weeks planning and designing 
a mural. With every mural it creates, the group 
hopes to make the school a little brighter and 
create a more pleasant atmosphere for learning. 



PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 

Advisor: Mrs. Foley 



The Photography Club is dedicated to 

capturing special memories and enhancing 

our artistic abilities with a camera. 

Through the use of photography, the club 

hopes to develop their own individual 

perspectives of the world around them. 








MOCK TRIAL TEAM 

Advisor: Ms. Lellock j 

The goal of Mock Trial is to help students develop their 
critical thinking skills, their understanding of the 
judicial process, and their ability to present themselves 
in a public and competent manner. The program 
places students in a simulated courtroom situation 
where they must assume the roles of lawyers and 
witnesses in a hypothetical case. Students learn about 
applicable case law as well as essential critical 
thinking and public speaking skills. The team 
practices throughout the Fall to compete in Febuary 
against other schools. Team members devote many 
hours each week to prepare their competition materials. 






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THEATRE GUILD 




Advisors: Ms. Scoza, 
Ms. Acevedo, Mrs. Dandeneau 

The Randolph Theater Guild is more than just 
a drama club, it is a way of life. Its members 
spend countless hours at rehearsals, theater 
exercises and fund-raisers all to make a 
"dramatic moment. " All along, it has never 
been about the play, but the meaning of the 
audience's reaction to the players. Each 
member gives more than one-hundred and ten 
percent to see a show go off just right. 



RHSTV 



Advisor: Mr. Tavares 

RHTV is Randolph High School's version of the 
morning news. Students perform all of the positions 
of a network newscast - news anchors, camera 
operators, sound mixers, and producers. During 
homeroom telecasts, student anchors notify 
Randolph High School of daily events, athletics, 
clubs, and recite the Pledge of Allegiance. Members 
also work in conjunction with Randolph Community 
Television to produce and develop town broadcasts 

and special events. 





COMPUTER CLUB 

Advisor: Mr. Edwards 



The Computer Club is a team responsible for the 
maintainance and the fixing of all computers within 
the school. These highly-skilled students are able to 
diagnose, repair, and bring back online any 
system in use. Whenever there's a hardware or 
software malfunction these students are ready 
to monitor, troubleshoot and assist. 



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BLUE a WHITE BANNE 

Advisors: Mr. Edwards, Mr. Deady 



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As a student-run organization, the Randolph Blue and White Banner 
is made possible through the hard work of dedicated writers and 
publishers who donate their free time to reporting the news that 
matters. The newspaper staff this year consists of approximately 
twenty active staff members of all grade levels as well as several 
free-lance writers. In order to produce an edition of the paper, 
the editors work with one another to make sure that all articles 
coincide with the Blue and White Banner's reputation of 
effective news reporting. This year the Blue and White Banner 
continues to uphold its mission of maintaining a tradition of 
journalistic excellence here at Randolph High. 



LITERARY MAGAZINE 

Advisor: Ms. McNitt 

The Literary Magazine seeks to encourage and publish 
original voices from Randolph High School in poetry, 
short fiction, and prose. Its goal is to publish one to two 
compilations of student writing per year. Another 
important goal of the magazine is to further develop the 
craft of regular members through shared writing, dialogue 
about writing, and writing activities. Young writers are 
encouraged to develop their strengths and explore new 
types of writing with which they may be less familiar. 




S.A.L 




Advisor: Mr. Letzring 

The Student Academic Leadership Society (S.A.L. S.) 
consists of freshman who were members of the Na- 
tional Junior Honor Society. The members develop 
leadership and teamwork skills through their 
various activities designed to help the school 
and the community. The organization's 
mission is to provide its members with the 
experience necessary to meet the criteria for 
membership in the National Honor Society. 







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MATH TEAM 




Advisors: Mr. Turner, 
Ms. DiMascio 

The Randolph High School Math Team competes annually in 
the Southeastern Mathematics League, made up of twenty- 
four schools. For the past nine years, Randolph has placed 
among the top five schools in the league, qualifying for the 
all-state competition in each of those years and placing as 
high as second at both the Massachusetts and New England 
Competitions in the medium school division. The 2002- 
2003 team continues in that tradition of excellence. 



CHESS CLUB 



Advisor: Mr. Christopher 



Despite what many people think, chess is not a dull 

game. In actuality, it is a complex battle of strategy 

and wit in which players pit their intellects against 

one another. The Chess Club is dedicated to the 

game, not the win. It is all about testing one's 

skills and the enrichment that it can provide. 




NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




Advisor: Ms. DiMascio 

Scholarship, leadership, service and character are the four 
pillars of the National Honor Society which the members 
follow. The National Honor Society conducts monthly 
service projects to benefit the school and local 
communities. One of its major contributions is the 
recycling program conducted weekly within the 
high school. Other projects include volunteering 
at the U.S.S. Salem's Haunted Ship, the Rotary 
Club's Breakfast with Santa, and the Channel 2 
Auction. A booklet is produced each spring that 
summarizes the chapter's activities for the year. 



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BEST BUDDIES 



Advisors: Mrs. Rosen, 
Mr. Pillarella 



The purpose of Best Buddies is to provide the 

opportunity for friendships, by matching "buddy 

pairs" between mainstream and special education 

students. Students are given the opportunity to 

make new friends, enjoy new experiences, and 

have an impact on each other's lives. 




SPANISH CLUB 



Advisor: Ms. Gonzalez 




The goal of the Spanish Club is to increase knowl- 
edge and interest in the culture of Spanish-speaking 
countries, as well as to further teach the Spanish 
language to its members and others who are 
interested. The club does this through arranging 
social events such as banquets, where foods of a 
Spanish or Latino background are served. 



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GAY / STRAIGHT ALLIANCE 



Advisor: Mr. Brown 



The Gay/Straight Alliance strives to celebrate diversity, to 
defuse homophobia and to break down the walls of intolerance 
and prejudice by educating the students of Randolph High 
School on gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues. Over the years, 
GSA has increased its visibility within the school. The GSA 
meets once a week and welcomes students of any sexual 
orientation: gay, lesbian, bisexual, or heterosexual. 




PEER LEADERS 



Advisors: Mr. Sweeney, 
Mrs. Rosen 




Peer Leadership is a program responsible for older high 
school students interacting with younger students. The 
goal of the program is to help these younger students 
learn effective decision making skills by introducing 
them to high school Peer Leaders who can model 
positive behaviors, listen impartially, and share 
experiences in a helpful way. The program consists 
of three days of training for the Peer Leaders. 
Following training, Peer Leaders conduct two or 
three sessions with the younger students. Students are 
chosen for Peer Leadership roles by recommendation. 
It is essential that these students exhibit positive 
behavior both in and outside of school, plus good 
decision making concerning school work, alcohol and 
drugs, sexuality and overall citizenship. 



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BUSINESS CLUB 




Advisor: Mr. Boyd 



The Business Club provides students with a 
place to share and explore their interest in the 
business world. In this club they investigate 
careers in the various fields of business, 
become experienced with the stock market, and 
learn how to start their own business. 






ENVIRONMENTAL CLUB 

Advisor: Ms. Lyn 



The Randolph High School Environmental Club works 
toward promoting awareness of current environmental 
issues to the school and community. Its goal is to 
improve the local and global environment. The 
Environmental Club encourages respect towards 
nature and the conservation of our natural resources. 
It acknowledges the possible consequences of a 
world without environmental concern and its fights to 
accomplish the difficult goal of informing an often 

indifferent society. 



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Advisor: Mr. Fensie 

The French Club seeks to advocate French culture throughout 
the year at Randolph High School. French foods, such as 

crepes and bonbons, are sold by the club for funding. 
Activities ranging from French cultural center trips to 
culturally responsive parties to discussions on 
francophone issues are then achieved during the year. 
Speaking French is not a requirement, as the club 
seeks to be inclusive of all students whohave a 
fascination for any French culture in the world. 




PEP BAND 




Advisor: Mr. Berry 



The Pep Band is a group of volunteer players 
who rehearse two afternoons a week during 
the football season and perform at all the 
home games. The purpose of the group is 
to promote school spirit at games and 
rallies. 



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S.A.D.D 




Advisors: Ms. Burke, 
Ms. Powers 



Students Against Destructive Decisions is a 
school based organization dedicated to addressing 
the issues of underage drinking, impaired driving, 
drug use, other destructive decisions, and killers of 
young people. SADD's mission is to provide 
students with the best prevention and invention 
tools possible to deal with destructive decisions. 
Friends Don't Let Friends Drive Drunk. 



INVESTIGATIVE BIBLE DISCUSSION 



Advisor: Mrs. Tower 



The Investigative Bible Discussion 
is a structured discussion to 
introduce students to the Bible. 
Members discuss not only topics 
of the Bible, but also issues the 
world faces today. Although the 
group uses the Protestant Bible, 
members are free and encouraged to 
discuss their own faiths and beliefs, 
as well as their problems. The 
discussion group is aimed at teaching 
students about the Bible and is open 
to all students regardless of faith. 




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PEER EDUCATORS 




Advisors: Mrs. Rosen, 
Ms. Campbell 



The Peer Educator's program is a joint venture 
pilot program between Randolph High School 
and the Norfolk County Sheriffs office. The 
goal of the program is to provide education 
on the topics of domestic and teen dating 
violence. Students are trained to go to the 
classroom/ school setting to educate other 
students on these issues. 



INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL EXCHANGE 

I Advisors: Mr. Miranda, 

Ms. Bowen 



The International Cultural 
Exchange meets to discuss the 
diversity of cultures at RHS. The 
group is putting together a book of 
essays, short stories, poetry, art, and 
news that expresses the many different 
cultures from all over the world. 




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STUDENT COUNCIL 

Advisors: Mr. Powell, 
Mr. Letzring 




The Student Council is a student government organization with the members who are elected by popular vote by 

each candidate's class. In addition to those elected by popular vote, there are members who are appointed to the 

council due to outstanding leadership qualities. Ex-officio members, such as the class officers, representati\es 

of the school committee, representatives of the Student Advisory Council to the Department of Education. 

and regional and state officers. The mission of the student council is to represent the student body, to promote 

spirit within the school, and to perform community service. The members of the student council learn valuable 

leadership skills from each other that will be useful tools in the future. 





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ORACLE STAFF 



Advisors: Mr. Deady, 
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The Oracle, or Randolph High School's yearbook, is a treasured keepsake to all who 
buy it. To make a yearbook requires much work, though, and a large and dedicated 
staff is needed to produce it. The staff is divided into two parts: the Technical Staff 

and the Business Staff. The Technical Staff works for countless hours laying out 

pages, taking photographs, counting votes, and meeting dealines. The Business Staff 

is responsible for collecting advertisements, collecting yearbook payments, and 

meeting all financial deadlines the yearbook has. All together, to work with the 

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Love, Steven Kristen, Kayce 

Good Luck Elaine, the futures yours! 
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Follow your dreams 

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stop you from doing 

what you love. 

We will always be here 

for you. 

Love, 
Dad, Mom, Nate, Phil 




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'Today is merely a bridge to tomorrow. " 

Love, 
Mom, Dad and Jonathan 



Erin, 
You 're a wonderful person. Always follow your 
dreams'. We 're very proud of you. 

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China and many countries 
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^ Pope John Paul II 
travels to Toronto's 
Downsview Park in 
July to lead the World 
Youth Day vigil. 



The Miss World beauty 
pageant leaves Nigeria 
after Islamic fundamentalist 
protest groups kill more 
than 100 people. 



In Venezuela, an opposition 
strike demanding President 
Hugo Chavez's resignation 
paralyzes the country's oil 
exports and turns to bloodshed 
as Chavez supporters retaliate. 




The oil tanker Prestige 
spills more than 5 million 
gallons of oil off the 
northwestern coast of 
Spain before splitting in 
two and sinking. 



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receives the Nobel Peace Prize for his 
decades of work for peace, democracy 
and human rights worldwide. 



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bin Laden returns to Middle Eastern air waves 
with recorded anti-American threats. 



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the United States continues its war 
on terrorism by maintaining a steady 
military presence in Afghanistan. 




Emergency workers in the United States and 
overseas receive smallpox vaccinations as a 
preventative measure against bioterrorism. 





'y After being subpoenaed to testify before a 
Massachusetts grand jury about sex abuse 
among Catholic priests, embattled Boston 
Cardinal Bernard Law resigns. 



y More than 25 states implement the Amber 
Alert System, which posts information 
about abducted children on TV and 
interstate signs, leading to the recovery 
of dozens of children nationwide. 




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John Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo 
terrorize Washington, D.C., Maryland and 
Virginia, randomly killing 10 people and 
injuring three others. 



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reentry into the Earth's atmosphere, killing 
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On July 28, nine 
Pennsylvania coal miners 
are rescued after being 
trapped for three days in 
a mineshaft flooded with 
over 70 million gallons 
of water. 



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Midterm elections make 
history as Republicans, the 
party controlling the White 
House, gain congressional 
seats rather than losing them. 



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Several large corporations 
inflate profits while top 
executives make off with 
millions in accounting 
scandals that send shock 
waves through global markets. 



^ In October, Minnesota 
Senator Paul Wellstone 
dies in a plane crash 
along with his wife, 
daughter and five 
other victims. 



V Sparked by summer drought, 
wildfires— including one set 
accidentally by a forlorn 
forest ranger — tear across 
the western United States. 



^ A weakened economy 
repeatedly drives down 
interest rates and delivers 
retailers their worst holiday 
shopping season in decades. 



^ President Bush signs the Homeland 
Security Act, officially creating a 
Department of Homeland Security 
dedicated to preventing terrorist attacks. 

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to recover and rebuild from September 11. 
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families and friends gather at all three sites 
to commemorate the lives lost. 

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Transportation Security Administration 
begin screening all checked baggage 
and random passengers at airports. 

^ The possibility of the United States 
waging war against Iraq meets 
disapproval both at home and abroad. 

^ The U.S. Senate passes a resolution 
condemning a Ninth Circuit Court of 
Appeals ruling that reciting the Pledge of 
Allegiance in schools is unconstitutional. 






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Association reports that children who 
grow up with pets have a reduced risk 
of developing common allergies. 




Maria de Jesus and Maria Teresa Quiej- 
Alvarez, 1 -year-old Guatemalan twins 
born joined at the head, are successfully 
separated after over 22 hours of surgery. 

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atmosphere, the Galileo spacecraft 
captures the closest shots ever taken 
of Jupiter's moon lo. 

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Antinori and Raelian scientists 
at Clonaid, who believe aliens 
created humans, claim to 
have produced the first 
cloned human. Neither claim 
is proven genetically. 



and ice storms up and 
down the East Coast, 
rainstorms in California 
and a devastating 
December tornado 
in Mississippi. 



^ A blanket of pollution over 
South Asia, dubbed the 
"Asian Brown Cloud." 
threatens the lives of 
millions worldwide with 
respiratory disease. 




^ Early tests indicate an 
experimental vaccine to 
be 100 percent effective 
against the human 
papilloma virus that 
causes cervical cancer. 



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conditions similar to those on 
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West Nile Virus hits in summer 2002. 
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and transmitted by mosquitoes. 

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ironclad USS Monitor is raised from the 
floor of the Atlantic Ocean. 



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system that would defend the United States 
from ballistic missile attacks by 2004. 



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average geography scores of the nation's 
fourth and eighth graders, while low, have 
improved from 1994. 



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a set of battery-powered, inflatable 
speakers that are small enough to 
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suing for making them overweight. 

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announces that maintaining 
health now requires one hour 
of exercise daily, doubling the 
previous recommendation. 



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add style to safety with 
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Joe Boxer brand with ads 
featuring the dancing Joe 
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young movie stars to 
aging rock stars sports 
the newest fashion 
trend, turquoise jewelry. 

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flavors to the test, 
including Dr. Pepper 
Red Fusion, Pepsi Blue 
and Vanilla Coke. 



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phones — cell phones that can transmit 
still and video images through mobile 
phone lines. 



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Avid gamers tune in to G4, the first 
cable TV channel dedicated solely 
to video games. 

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of innocent American nostalgia on NBC's 
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"The Bachelorette" keep 
millions tuned in to ABC 
to see who will receive an 
on-air marriage proposal. 



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introduces the Muppet 
Kami, an HIV-infected 
orphan, in an effort to 
educate young people 
worldwide about AIDS. 



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Golden Globe for her role 
as the new mother Rachel 
Green on NBC's popular 
comedy "Friends." 



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steal America's hearts in the 
year's surprise smash hit 
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up big ratings for Fox's "American Idol" 
and big record sales for winner Kelly 
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returns to the big screen with two holiday 
blockbusters, Gangs of New York and 
Catch Me If You Can. 

"hicago, a film adaptation of the hit 
Broadway musical, wins three Golden 
Globes, including Best Picture: Musical or 
Comedy, and receives 13 Oscar nominations. 




HBO Films' comedy Real Women Have 
Curves promotes positive self-image with 
the dazzling debut of Latin-American 
actress America Ferrera. 



CBS scores a ratings doubleheader with 
a pair of forensic investigation dramas, 
"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" and 
"CSI Miami." 




Newcomer Norah Jones takes home 
five Grammys, including Album of 
the Year, for Come Away With Me. 




Multi-talented Eminem raps up 
five Grammy nominations for The 
Eminem Sftowand big box-office 
success in 8 Mile. 






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hip-hop DJ Jam Master 
Jay of Run-DMC is shot 
and killed in a Queens. 
New York, music studio. 



V After a six-year 
romance. No Doubt's 
Gwen Stefani marries 
Bush's Gavin Rossdale 
in September. 



^ Country crossover star Shania 
Twain hits No. 1 on the Billboard 
albums chart with Up!, a double 
CD with every song in both a 
pop and country version. 



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Band of the Year, lead a resurgence 
of rock 'n' rollers, including The Hives 
and The Vines. 

Armed with a steady beat and 
punk-rock-blues riffs, The White Stripes' 
stripped-down rock shines on the highly 
acclaimed White Blood Cells. 



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Drive wins five Country Music Association 
Awards and is named the USA Today 
No. 1 country album of 2002. 

Nirvana, the famed grunge band's 
long-awaited greatest hits album, 
features "You Know You're Right," 
the last recording Kurt Cobain made 







Dallas Cowboy running back Emmitt Smith 
breaks Walter Payton's 16,727- yard mark 
to become the NFL's all-time leading rusher. 



The Detroit Red Wings capture the 2002 
NHL Stanley Cup over the Cinderella 
Carolina Hurricanes. It's a record ninth 
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^ Martha Burk of the National 
Council of Women's 
Organizations battles with 
Augusta National chairman 
William Johnson over the 
issue of female membership at 
the famous Georgia golf club. 



^ An 18th place finish in the 
NASCAR season finale at 
Homestead-Miami Speedway 
is enough to earn Tony 
Stewart his first Winston 
Cup Series championship. 



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Shaquille O'Neal powers the 
unstoppable Los Angeles 
Lakers to a third straight 
NBA championship title in 
May 2002. 



^ The U.S. men's soccer 
team advances to the 
World Cup quarterfinals 
for the first time, by 
defeating Mexico 2-0. 

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^ The U.S. Postal Service team 
propels Sports Illustrated 
magazine's Sportsman of the 
Year Lance Armstrong to his 
fourth consecutive Tour de 
France victory. 

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^ The top-rated defense of 
the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
shuts down the No. 1 
offense of the Oakland 
Raiders to win Super Bowl 
XXXVII 48-21. 

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^ LPGA pro Annika Sorenstam, after a 
record-setting 13-win 2002 season 
worldwide, accepts an invitation to play 
the Colonial tournament on the men's 
2003 PGA Tour. 






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to win the BCS National Championship. 
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national football title since 1968. 

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basketball to the extreme on a specially 
designed court with four trampolines in 
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heights thanks to the high visibility 
of the X Games and the "Tony Hawk's 
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Surfing welcomes a tidal wave of women 
to the sport after receiving a Hollywood 
endorsement in the popular summer flick 
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baseball's "Splendid Splinter" Ted 
Williams and Johnny Unitas, one of 
football's greatest quarterbacks. 



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